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Fishing

Quick Info:

  • 16 ft. aluminum boats with 9.9 Hp Yamaha outboards
  • Unlimited Gas
  • Swivel Seats with Backrests
  • Anchors and Landing nets
  • Experienced guides
  • Screened fish cleaning hut
  • Freezer facilities

About Brunswick Lake

Brunswick Lake is 15 miles in twisty length and contains 37 mid lake islands randomly strewn about. Water depths range from the shallow weeded back bays to over 50 feet deep.

This 10,000 acre lake has numerous sheltered bays, inlets, and river mouths, offers a rich selection of fishing terrain. Northern Pike, Walleye, Whitefish and Jumbo Perch abound.

  • Length: 25-85cm (10-33in).
  • Weight: .25-6kg (.5-13lb).
  • Where: Mainly cold, clear waters.
  • Sauger: Large shallow, turbid waters.
  • Spawn: Early spring in shallow water over gravel bottom.
  • Sauger: Late May early June over gravel bottom.
  • Feed: mainly fish. Sauger: fish, insects and freshwater shrimp.
  • Bait: Can be caught using various methods, predominately using live bait such as minnows. If artificial lures are your choice jigs and crankbaits are at the top of the list.

  • Length: 45-100cm (18-39in).
  • Weight: .7-8kg (1.5-17.5lb).
  • Where: Quiet, heavily vegetated waters.
  • Spawn: Early Spring in weedy bays after ice breakup.
  • Feed: fish, ducklings, frogs and small muskrats.
  • Bait: The Alligator of the North is a relatively easy gamefish to catch due to its predatory habits. The best lures are big spoons, spinners and jerkbaits, but pike will attack anything that looks big enough for a meal. One of the most effective baits is a big minnow fished beneath a float. Once hooked, northerns typically leap or thrash the water surface, then make a series of powerful runs.

  • Length: 15-30cm (6-12in).
  • Weight: .2-.3kg (.4-.7lb).
  • Where: Clear waters with some vegetation.
  • Spawn: April or May in shallow waters.
  • Feed: insects, crayfish, snails and fish.
  • Bait: Perch are best caught using a variety of small spoons and light spinners. J hooks baited with minnows also work well. Perch are often found in schools close to shore.